Sentence Variety Pt. 2

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  • Sentence Variety Pt. 2

    1. 1. Sentence Variety Part Two English Language Arts Notes
    2. 2. Review
    3. 3. Review• Start with an ADVERB (-ly)
    4. 4. Review• Start with an ADVERB (-ly) Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.
    5. 5. Review• Start with an ADVERB (-ly) Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.
    6. 6. Review• Start with an ADVERB (-ly) Silently, Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.
    7. 7. Review• Start with an ADVERB (-ly)• Start with a VERB (-ing) Silently, Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.
    8. 8. Review• Start with an ADVERB (-ly)• Start with a VERB (-ing) Silently, Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake. Fishing at the lake,
    9. 9. Review• Start with an ADVERB (-ly)• Start with a VERB (-ing) Silently, Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake. Fishing at the lake, Mr. Alfonso caught trout.
    10. 10. Review• Start with an ADVERB (-ly)• Start with a VERB (-ing)• Start with WHERE Silently, Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake. Fishing at the lake, Mr. Alfonso caught trout.
    11. 11. Review• Start with an ADVERB (-ly)• Start with a VERB (-ing)• Start with WHERE Silently, Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake. Fishing at the lake, Mr. Alfonso caught trout. At the lake,
    12. 12. Review• Start with an ADVERB (-ly)• Start with a VERB (-ing)• Start with WHERE Silently, Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake. Fishing at the lake, Mr. Alfonso caught trout. At the lake, Mr. Alfonso went fishing.
    13. 13. Use an EXCLAMATION POINT!
    14. 14. Use an EXCLAMATION POINT! Start with a simple sentence.
    15. 15. Use an EXCLAMATION POINT! Start with a simple sentence. Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.
    16. 16. Use an EXCLAMATION POINT! Start with a simple sentence. Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake. • Use an exclamation point to express a strong feeling.
    17. 17. Use an EXCLAMATION POINT! Start with a simple sentence. Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake. • Use an exclamation point to express a strong feeling. Mr. Alfonso caught a twenty pound striped bass and won the competition!
    18. 18. Use an EXCLAMATION POINT! Start with a simple sentence. Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake. • Use an exclamation point to express a strong feeling. • Make sure the sentence is worthy of an exclamation point. Mr. Alfonso caught a twenty pound striped bass and won the competition!
    19. 19. Turn it into a QUESTION
    20. 20. Turn it into a QUESTION Start with a simple sentence.
    21. 21. Turn it into a QUESTION Start with a simple sentence. Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.
    22. 22. Turn it into a QUESTION Start with a simple sentence. Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.• Use a question mark to ask a question.
    23. 23. Turn it into a QUESTION Start with a simple sentence. Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.• Use a question mark to ask a question. What kind of fish did Mr. Alfonso catch?
    24. 24. Turn it into a QUESTION Start with a simple sentence. Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.• Use a question mark to ask a question.• Of the six, do not over use. What kind of fish did Mr. Alfonso catch?
    25. 25. Use DIALOGUE
    26. 26. Use DIALOGUEStart with a simple sentence.
    27. 27. Use DIALOGUE Start with a simple sentence.Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.
    28. 28. Use DIALOGUE Start with a simple sentence. Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.• Use “” and , to have the subject say something.
    29. 29. Use DIALOGUE Start with a simple sentence. Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.• Use “” and , to have the subject say something. The fish looked up at Mr. Alfonso and said, “Please. Please don’t eat me!”
    30. 30. Use DIALOGUE Start with a simple sentence. Mr. Alfonso went fishing at the lake.• Use “” and , to have the subject say something.• Dialogue drives the narrative. Use it sparingly. The fish looked up at Mr. Alfonso and said, “Please. Please don’t eat me!”
    31. 31. Examples of Dialogue
    32. 32. Examples of Dialogue• Mr. Alfonso asked, “Can you really talk?”
    33. 33. Examples of Dialogue• Mr. Alfonso asked, “Can you really talk?” • Dialogue at the END.
    34. 34. Examples of Dialogue• Mr. Alfonso asked, “Can you really talk?” • Dialogue at the END.• “Of course I can,” replied the fish.
    35. 35. Examples of Dialogue• Mr. Alfonso asked, “Can you really talk?” • Dialogue at the END.• “Of course I can,” replied the fish. • Dialogue at the BEGINNING.
    36. 36. Examples of Dialogue• Mr. Alfonso asked, “Can you really talk?” • Dialogue at the END.• “Of course I can,” replied the fish. • Dialogue at the BEGINNING.• “Can I ask you,” asked Mr. Alfonso, “what is your name?”
    37. 37. Examples of Dialogue• Mr. Alfonso asked, “Can you really talk?” • Dialogue at the END.• “Of course I can,” replied the fish. • Dialogue at the BEGINNING.• “Can I ask you,” asked Mr. Alfonso, “what is your name?” • Dialogue at the BEGINNING and END.

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